Face Value

I’ve never been one to take life at face value. It could be my overwhelming sense of curiosity or my innate sense of ” I call bullshit”.

Sometime, this has lead me to great discovery… so much so that I’ve shocked myself.

Sometimes, it’s brought frustration and loss, anger and tons of miscommunication.

I recognize this within myself. I recognize that this is “a bigger picture” in this world, bigger than myself and all that’s immediate.

Whether we’re looking at an image and leisurely testing our super powers, or we’re standing in the endless Walmart checkout line, and overhear a mom scolding her child…

We can’t judge… we can’t decide or intrude or even respond based on face value.

What’s REALLY going on… Is often buried.

Why? That’s none of our business.

Just something to think about:D

With Love and Light

Nova Namaste

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5 thoughts on “Face Value

  1. It’s funny you mention the Walmart check-out lane… There are moments when I literally look around (Because, what else are you supposed to do?) and seriously wonder… What is going on in that person’s life to make them so happy, sad, angry, or stare blankly into outer space?
    These are the things that cross my mind often when I’m outside in the real world.

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